Those companies that become most effective at communicating and connecting with today's top talent will not only be acquiring the best leaders of tomorrow, they will also be acquiring a better way to connect with the hearts, minds -- and wallets -- of tomorrow's most powerful group of potential customers.
In a recent article, we talked about job-related frustrations experienced by employees. Those frustrations included "not sharing about salary and benefits", and "not having a culturally diverse and gender diverse leadership teams." This week we are addressing the consequences of those mistakes and others--employee turnover.
How can we build a 21st century workplace that supports thriving employees, growing businesses, and healthy economies all at once? At the heart of this conversation is workplace flexibility. In other words, how do we create a flexible and inclusive work environment that enables employees to meet their responsibilities both at work and at home?